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翻譯:徐舜(簡介並寄信)
編輯:鄭玨(簡介並寄信)

本課程是21F.105課程的續篇。它通過將傳統課本材料與學生自身對中文語言社會的認識相結合,運用麻省理工(MIT)以及在波士頓區可獲得的人力的、文字的以及電子的各類資源,專為進一步幫助學生提高語言、閱讀與寫作技巧而設計。在本課程中,會介紹一些中國社會的特色、文化、風俗習慣、歷史,以及那堣H民的心理狀態。本課程由閱讀、討論、作文、網路探索以及對話練習組成。本課程用普通話授課。

必需的學習資料

  1. 經由挑選的中文讀物。
  2. 透過一家天津餐館來理解中國歷史文化:使中國的歷史文化更易於理解與接受。(基於網路的多媒體資料,陳彤)。
  • 以上學習資料無法在此獲得。只能經由導師獲得。當個學期最後兩節課,包括所有聽課者,若需影印,均須付費。

評分標準

將會依據課堂表現、家庭作業、雙周測驗、期中考試、講義、期末演講以及一份學期論文來評定等級。

課堂表現(20分),包括:

  1. 到課情況 (5 分)
  2. 課堂準備情況 (5 分)
  3. 課堂參與情況 (5 分)
  4. 每日測驗 (5 分)
  5. 指定的家庭作業 (10 分)
  6. 描繪 (10 分)
  7. 雙周測驗 (20 分)
  8. 期中考試 (20 分)
  9. 學期論文 (10 分)
  10. 期末演講 (10 分)

影響課程評級的因素包括有預習並按時到課,認真按時地完成指定的書面作業,以及積極參與課堂活動。可能影響的其他因素,諸如:當個學期在此門課程上的進步或退步,以及較之起始階段的進步程度。

  • 除非獲得教師提前准許,否則必須參加測驗、聽寫、期中及期末考試。若因生病或其他不可預見的原因而無法到課者,必須致電教師辦公室、留言、或發電子郵件告知。
  • 家庭作業若遲交,雖仍將被批改,但不得計分。
  • 到課情況是相當重要的,若未經教師許可而曠課三次者,其最終評級將被降低一級(比如:從B降至C)。

Course Description

This course is the continuation of 21F105. It is designed to further help students develop sophisticated conversational, reading and writing skills by combining traditional textbook material with their own explorations of Chinese speaking societies, using the human, literary, and electronic resources available at MIT and in the Boston area. Some of special features of Chinese society, its culture, its customs and habits, its history, and the psychology of its people will be introduced. The class consists of reading, discussion, composition, network exploration, and conversational practice. The course is conducted in Mandarin.

Required Learning Materials

  1. Selected Chinese readings.
  2. Understanding Chinese History and Culture through a Tianjin Restaurant: Making Chinese History and Culture more Accessible. (web based multimedia material, Tong Chen)
  • The above learning materials are not available in The Coop. You can only obtain the materials from the instructor. You are expected to pay for the Xerox, in the last two periods of the semester, including all listeners if any.

Grading Criteria

Evaluation will be based on class performance, homework, bi-weekly quizzes, a mid-term, portfolio, end-term presentation, and a final project.

Class performance (20 points), which includes:

  1. class attendance (5 points)
  2. class preparation (5 points)
  3. class participation (5 points)
  4. daily quiz (5 points)
  5. Assigned homework (10 points)
  6. Portfolio (10 points)
  7. By-weekly quizzes (20 points)
  8. Mid-term (20 points)
  9. Final project (10 points)
  10. Final presentation (10 points)

Factors involved in the CLASS GRADE include being on time and prepared, completing written assignments carefully and on time, and participating enthusiastically in class activities. Other factors may come in to play, e.g.: improvement versus deterioration over the course of the semester, and progress relative to starting level.

  • No make-quizzes, dictation, mid-term, and final unless you have permission from the teacher beforehand. If you are sick or unable to attend class because of unexpected situations, you should telephone the teacher at his office, leave a message or email him.
  • Homework handed in late will be corrected but receive no credit.
  • teacher, your final grade will be reduced by Attendance in this class is extremely important. If you are absent three times without permission from your one whole step (e.g.: B to C).

 
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